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ISBN:
0821749625
Author:
Georgina Gentry
Category:
Historical
Language:
English
Publisher:
Zebra; First Edition edition (June 1, 1995)
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1457 kb
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1251 kb
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1352 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
539


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Vibrant with authentic history, shimmering with tender emotion, SONG OF THE WARRIOR is her most moving, sensual and unforgettable story yet. One of the finest writers of the decade! - Romantic Times. Historical Sagas Fiction Historical Romance Romance.

The magnificent full-blooded warrior Bear had been raised to be proud, wild and free.

Slender, dark-haired Willow had been sent East as a child. Now, she returned to her mother's people, the Nez Perce of the Great Northwest, to teach them the white man's ways. The magnificent full-blooded warrior Bear had been raised to be proud, wild and free. His meeting with Willow would set two lives on a collision course- and two hearts aflame with forbidden desire. For the year was 1877, a time of tragedy and change.

Song of the Warrior book. Slender, dark-haired Willow had been sent East as a child. Vibrant with authentic history, shimmering with tender emotion, SONG OF THE WARRIOR is her most moving, sensual and unforgettable story ye. One of the finest writers of the decade! - "Romantic Times"".

Raised in the East by her father's white relatives, Willow returns to her mother's people, the Nez Perce of the Northwest, and discovers a growing love for Bear, a proud warrior, feelings that are threatened by treachery, tragedy, and change. Format:Mass Market Paperback. ISBN13:9780821749623.

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About book: This torrid tale tells of a stormy love affair between Willow, a half-breed Nez Perce maiden who believes her people must learn the white man's ways; and Bear, a fierce warrior who will fight to his last breath for his freedom and the traditions of his tribe

About book: This torrid tale tells of a stormy love affair between Willow, a half-breed Nez Perce maiden who believes her people must learn the white man's ways; and Bear, a fierce warrior who will fight to his last breath for his freedom and the traditions of his tribe. Their meeting sets two lives on a collision course-and two hearts aflame with forbidden desire.

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Raised in the East by her father's white relatives, Willow returns to her mother's people, the Nez Perce of the Northwest, and discovers a growing love for Bear, a proud warrior, feelings that are threatened by treachery, tragedy, and change. Original.
  • Elastic Skunk
Title: Cheyenne Princess
Author: Georgina Gentry
Genre: Historical Romance
Rating: 5 stars
Summery: Cimarron runs away knowing no one in the little town would believe she'd killed her uncle in defense. She runs into Trace, a man who had learned never to trust a woman again, and ends up a guest at the Triple D ranch.

So glad that Georgina Gentry older books are finally on Kindle! I just love all the historical details she adds to her stories!

Most of her books are related to each other, but some of the ones most related to this one are...
-Cheyenne Captive & Cheyenne Splendor are both about Cimarron's brother Iron Knife and his love Summer.
-Comanche Cowboy is Trace's adopted brother Maverick's story.
-Nevada Nights is Trace's sister, Dallas' story.
-Bandit's Embrace is about a distant cousin of the Durango's, Amethyst.
  • GAMER
i usally love this authors books despite the propecity for violence in one a baby was smashed against a rock disgusting but i just overlook it which is hard seeing as i am a pacifist. i have read hundreds of thousands of romance novels and as the only black male diong so i was profiled in romantic times monthly the piont of all this is after thirty five years of reading these novels i know my stuff this book is repellant the so called hero rapes the heroine in the first chapter what the hell?!! how can they build a relationship on that mrs. gentry you should be ashamed of yourself i am through with your books.
ks thanks for the nightmares.
  • Fearlesshunter
I don't remember hating reading a book as much as this one. SPOILER ALERT TO FOLLOW: Upon first meeting, the male lead ( I will not call him the hero) rapes the heroine. And what does he do after he realized that she was an innocent? Does he feel bad? The aswer is no. However, he does decide to make her fall in love with him, so that she won't go to the authorities, thinking that his emotions will never be involved, because he does not trust women. And what about her trusting a man after been rape (especially the same man) ????? Yet he does succeed, and she falls madly in love with him, though how I will never know, since Trance does nothing to win her heart and basically treats her with callous disregard (other than in bed). I guess she falls for him hard because in the end she enjoyed the rape. TRIPLE YIKES!!!! What a horrific message to send women and men out there!!!!!!!! This is not a romance story, but a woman's worst nightmare. END OF SPOILER ALERT.

After the incident I described above, he tells her that the next time they are intimate, she must beg him for it, And believe me she does beg and pleads for him to make love to her, telling him in no uncertain terms. that she has no pride when it comes to him, and indeed, she has no pride or self respect. After this she just becomes his whore, to be used when the mood strikes him, but he does not offer her any kind of commitment, and although she is in agony over this fact, she is so needy for him, that she will settle for whatever he is willing to give her, and (other than love making) crumbs is what he gives her. She is often thinking how much she love him, more than life, more than anything, putting up with any degredation, because she just cannot do without him. She tells him repeatdly how much she loves him, and the reader is kind of teased, into maybe thinking that he loves her too, because the heroine thought she might have heard a declaration of love from him, but she is not sure if she heard right, and this only happens in the middle of a passionate scene. The male lead does NOT have any thoughts about loving her, until 74% into the book, and even then he cannot bring himself to love her completely, because of his trust issues, even though she has proven again and again that she loves him unconditionally. What a big baby! What a terrible cad! It is only toward the end of the story that he truly realizes what she means to him. While all this time she has been completely devoted to him, her frequent inner musings of torment because of her unrequited love, were in my opinion, pathetic. And the male lead never has to pay a negative price for treating the heroine so poorly, for most of the story. If this is what romance is like, I would gladly settle for real life, for I would definitely be better off, than with such an abusive jerk. As much as I hated the male lead's behavior, it was the heroine's behavior and reactions , that I found beyond repulsive.

PS: I have read other books of Ms Gentry that I absolutely have loved, such as "Apache Tears".
  • Kamick
The story is so well told that I was totally drawn into it. The plight of these people is so very, very sad and although I shed a whole bunch of tears, I couldn't stop reading.
  • Xwnaydan
I loved the characters in this book and the authors' historical description of famous battles and sites added greatly to the book. I was a little disappointed that more detail was not provided in the epilogue about the survival of the two lovers that escaped into Canada or that a follow up book was not indicated since so much was left unfinished; ie, did the Sioux take them in, what about the unborn child, etc.
  • Monin
I didn't listen to the bad reviews and bought it anyways bc I liked "Bandit Embrace" and thought I'd give this book a try. One of the worse romance books ever....and I'm an avid romance reader. The plot was so predictable....the heroine was greedy and dumb. All her assumptions about the hero was wrong throughout the book! For example, she thought the hero was a murderer but let him continuously do her anyways. The hero was no hero in any way....just a stupid horny man throughout the book! And the dialogue! Was this book written by a 13 year old? I don't recommend this book at all. Don't waste your money.
  • Barit
FINALLY a historical romance that I like. I love western romances and this one didn't disappoint. The story is captivating from the beginning to the end. The characters are brought to life and you feel like you know all of them personally. I am ecstatic that I found this author and can't wait to read her other books.
This book was an excellent read. This story of the way Indians were so mistreated although the book was fiction, the events pretty much have happened. How anyone could treat another human this way is despicable. I strongly recommend this book.